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The transfer of Brazilian Antony from Ajax Amsterdam to Manchester United could allow OM to fill their coffers! How ? The Dutch, who should recover between 80 and 100 M€ for once, will look for a replacement for their player. And they would have set their sights on Lucas Ocampos. There is talk of a transfer between 25 and 35 M€. But Sevilla FC will not recover all of this sum.
Indeed, during the transfer of Ocampos from OM to Andalusia in 2019, the Marseille leaders of the time, the hated Jacques-Henri Eyraud, Andoni Zubizarreta and Rudi Garcia, had taken care to place a clause in the contract of the player: 15% of a future capital gain. Knowing that the transfer of Ocampos had brought in €15m for OM, this means that if Sevilla sells him for €25m, €1.5m will go into the Marseille coffers. If it’s €35m, it will be €3m. Not negligible…
In addition, Foot Mercato tells us that in the event of the departure of Bamba Dieng and Cédric Bakambu, OM could relaunch Gaëtan Laborde. Except that the second wants to play the Champions League with OM. The track leading to Francesco Acerbi could also resurface if Duje Caleta-Car leaves La Canebière since his loan to Inter Milan has flipped. “Suning’s green light is gone. Cost € 2M (including salary). Choice to date of an economic and non-technical nature despite the express request of Inzaghi and the executives to take over another exchange, ”says Nicolo Schira.
Ajax have opened official talks with Sevilla for Lucas Ocampos. He’s the main target to replace Antony — as Ziyech deal is still stalling since last week. 🚨⚪️🔴 #Ajax
Negotiations will also continue on personal terms. @Hamstelaar, first call on Ocampos. Work in progress. pic.twitter.com/IRF0ElnqvX
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 29, 2022
Although he has been gone for three years, Lucas Ocampos could bring money to OM in the event of a transfer this summer. Indeed, the club had negotiated a percentage on a future capital gain from Sevilla FC, which is now willing to sell its Argentine striker to Ajax Amsterdam.